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The moon disappears at 10pm in Lovina. The golden crescent hovers, alone, just above the horizon and slowly makes its way down until completely vanishing. I couldn't figure out the sky there. The sun seemed to set in one direction and rise again in a place that wasn't quite in the same path. I would have loved to sit and watch the sun make it's way from end to end. If I had any sort of patience to do such a thing. ...

I watched the sunset in Lovina, Bali but I also watched the sunrise. Because THE thing to do when traveling in the area is to go on a sunrise Lovina Beach dolphin watching tour. The boats head out early. Many of them. So so many of them. And then they drift, you drift, out at sea, until someone points. And then, when someone points, all of a sudden all of the engines roar in unison and all of the boats will chase towards where that finger is pointing. Each boat driver trying to get the closest to the dolphins and get...